One evening in SeaTac

Late evening light at Seattle - Tacoma International Airport, SeaTac, Washington. Sunrises and sunset are always magical. I’ve said that before, haven’t I? Let me say it again — whether it is a seaside sunset or a hill top sunrise or dawn or dusk in a wooded or a concrete jungle, there’s something special about it. When that show of light plays background to what a place is famous for, a photograph of that sight becomes a souvenir to take back home. So here’s some evening-light from SeaTac, Washington.

SeaTac, WA is a small city — and by ‘small’ I mean a 10-square mile city — between bigger cities like Seattle and Tacoma. Situated between these better known cities, SeaTac even gets its name from Seattle and Tacoma. But then, this intersection in the Seattle – Tacoma venn diagram is home to the Seattle-Tacoma International airport that serves both its bigger neighbours. And these photographs here, are from that international airport’s backyard.

Evening Light, SeaTac, WA

SeaTac Stay – A tip for your Seattle Trip

When you are travelling to Seattle, you might also want to check out the room rates in SeaTac. There are lots of hotels in the area, thanks to the International Airport. And you might even find good deals too. Plus, SeaTac it is barely 15 miles away from the Emerald City.

If you are in SeaTac or are planning a trip to Seattle, you might want to visit these posts:

Seeing Seattle from Space (needle)

Monday Mural: Found in Seattle
Oldest Starbucks Store

See more ‘Catching the Light‘ entries HERE

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22 Comments

  1. Such a nugget of information, who knew there is a city called SeaTac and it will have magical sunsets 🙂

    • I don’t know if SeaTac gets a lot of magical sunsets but I’m glad I caught one there. 🙂
      The info. about the city is interesting, right — especially its name and how it get’s its name.

  2. Super awesome shots, loved both, very nice views.

  3. wow…such an amazing, beautiful pictures.

  4. Nicely captured and informative post as always!

  5. WOW! Just wow….. Thanks for these moments, Divya 🙂

  6. The nature never fails to mesmerises when viewing from your lens Divya!

  7. Lovely pics… Yes, sunset and sunrise are always amazing

  8. Beautiful drama in the sky created by clouds and the sun rays! 🙂

  9. Interesting info. I never heard about SeaTac city. Really a small city. Thank you very much for this informative post.

    Have a nice week ahead.

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